After five years of history, LAFC and Vela MLS rule

Los Angeles – A modern stadium, one of the best, if not the best, fans in MLS, and a franchise player so appreciated by fans that he sometimes became a champion.

LAFC has done many things and very well in its five years of existence. It just needed a league championship to become the most influential team in the United States, and this Saturday won its first MLS Cup, beating Philadelphia Union 3-0 on penalties.

He struggled but equalized 3-3 in the penultimate minute of extra time and won on penalties.

Just over 20,000 fans attended Bank of California Stadium. The massive media coverage of the League Final and the fans with such deep-rooted passion cannot make anyone believe that this team was born just five years ago.

Going to the Bank of California stadium to cheer for LAFC has become a phenomenon in Los Angeles, which has seen how the soccer team has managed in record time to gain attention that other sports to date such as basketball, baseball or American football

Much of the blame for this resounding success lies with the Mexican Carlos Candlethe No. 10 talent in LAFC who came to the team when the foundations weren’t laid.

Everything happens at Villa’s feet when he’s on the field, although he was substituted today before extra time ended.

Low socks, quiet soccer and insight on each ball bear witness to the personality of the Mexican, already a legend in the Bank of California, this avant-garde stadium located just a few meters from the Los Angeles Olympic Stadium, the monument.

A more complicated task than a European football fan might think. There have been fewer stars to pass on to American football lately, but a few, almost none, have left their mark on Villa.

The best example of this can be found in his own team, where the famous Giorgio Chiellini s Gareth BaleAlthough the champion of the match did not have the minutes that coach Steve Chirondolo expected.

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